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in the first place? here is dnc chairwoman debbie waserman schultz talking to john roberts, fox news. >> was it an omission? intentional? >> it was not omission and not intentional. absolutely not. >> how did it get out then >> like i said, sometimes there are technical corrections. we have to make technical corrections to legislation on the house floor all the time. >> andrea: technical corrections. do you believe her? >> eric: very important. john roberts is doing amazing reporting. earlier i e-mailed him and e-mailed back. he said here is how it got taken from the platform. he quotes, he had a sit down with former congressman robert wexman, i'm the drafting committee member said when the plank was crafted it was written to accurately reflect the president's official policy that jerusalem is machineer of time status negotiations. so when they took it out, there was a purposeful, the intent was to take it out. debbie waserman schultz is either lying on t right there or just completely misinformed about what is going on. it's really bad what they are doing. >> greg: i have a theory,
. this is "the five." >> eric: we're watching debbie waserman schultz approach the podium. she is going to kick off the gnc, chairwoman of the democratic party and she is expected to talk for two or three minutes. take listen to the chairwoman. >> thank you. the 46th quadrennial national convention of the democratic party will now come to order. [ applause ] welcome. welcome delegates, alternate, standing committee members, special guests, friends, members of the news media. guests from around the world. and fellow americans to our deliberations. over the next three days, we will hold the most open and accessible political convention in history. [ applause ] thank you! viewers from across the country and around the world can watch the entire convention. gaffe to gavel, live -- gavel to gavel, live streamed through the democratic convention website and the mobile app. in addition, the program is streamed simultaneously in spanish. [ applause ] during the national convention, we will clearly demonstrate why we need to keep barack obama and joe biden in the white house! [ applause ] at this conven
waserman schultz addressing the delegates here. applications for unemployment benefit dipped by 12,000 last week. survey of private sector hiring says employers added about 200,000 jobs last month. the big jobs report out tomorrow morning. optimism over the european central bank bond buying program sparked a big day on wall street. the dow surged 244-1/2 to close at the highest mark in almost five years. s&p 500 was up 29. nasdaq gained 66-1/2. now to a story about armed forces personnel and the fall election. four years ago, veterans and active duty went for john mccain by ten points. gallup says veterans are breaking for mitt romney this year by about 17. as far as active duty, senior correspondent eric shawn tells us the question may not be whom they are voting for, but whether they are voting at all. they fight for our freedom on the front lines but few are member of the military will be voting. as we approach the 45-day mailing deadline, the number of absen see ballots requested by eligible military voters is dramatically down, according to the military voter protection project. >> we
is a replacement for archie bunker when averageie bunker is more tall rant than debbie waserman schultz. they want women not to understand the economy. they want women to believe everything you get for free is free, when in fact it is not. >> kimberly: there are consequences. >> greg: cost to everything. single women versus married women i bet you married women know more about the economy than single women. >> bob: they talk a lot about forced procedures where you had to have a sonogram. >> dana: cokie roberts said on the panel of abc news the democratic convention was over the top in abortion. every single speaker talks about it. so but why do they spend so much time on it? >> bob: for one reason and one reason only. polling well for them. but when you do that, you try to get people, certain percentage of people to talk about it. in this case, everybody talks about it. probably a mistake. it didn't take anything away from the convention, it works. >> kimberly: they want to scare you in to voting for them. >> bob: they're scared of republicans. they have been for a long time. >> greg: it has to be
is debbie waserman schultz. what she tried to do to phil klein of the "washington examiner" and suggest that he deliberately misquoted her when he quoted her accurately and had it on audiotape is totally disgraceful. i'm surprised frankly that you haven't seen the journalistic community rise up in defense of phil klein as i think they would have had he not been working at conservative paper. >> bret: kasie? >> winners probably obama himself, you have seen a little bounce already out of the convention. some of early polls. not necessarily because of the speech that he gave. but because of the convention altogether. i would say voters probably lost out for the democratic and the republican convention, as we were just addressing with the simpson-bowles and the other things, neither candidate really grappled with the enormous fiscal cliff. >> bret: charles? >> winner, the vice president. he gave the speech of his life. if you take away the last 15 minutes of partisan hackery, the part he did about the bail-out, and feeling for the ordinary american was slightly unctious but feeling and emot
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